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Sep 16, 2012 2:45am EDT
that involve the release of data that posed the most serious threat to the united states security interest. in another example, investigated by the subcommittee in 2008, the national lab gave itself a passing mark on its own physical security. the nnsa federal on-site managers gave it a passing mark, too. only when doe's office of independent oversight actually tested the security independently was it evident that homeland deserved the lowest possible rating for protective force, performance and for physical protection of classified materials. on the safety front, the experience has been no better. from 2007-2010, the lawrence livermore lab had multiple events involving uncontrolled worker exposure to beryllium which can cause a debilitating lungometimes they fatal condition. a lab determined it was compliant. it took an independent department oversight review to determine the contractors program violated the regulations. now this past may, the inspector general reported another national laboratory had not held its managers accountable for implementing an important system for prev
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